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Ever since the castle had been created, they all moved in to help Twilight with her duties and so many things. They liked the castle and all, but there's nothing to do. Spike was bored too. Anything special you want to do today besides sitting around and doing nothing? You like doing them for the other princesses.
It's just that since Ponyville is so peaceful around, they don't need me around. I know what we can do!Meet the Feebles (Disney and Sega Animal Style) part 24a
We'll throw a party! Pinkie thought of an unpredictable party just for Twilight and asked, "How about a tea party? I don't a party right now, Pinkie. We gotta do something around here.
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I know we do a lot of picnics, parties, adventures, impressing Princess Celestia, and all of that. Perhaps we should try something new. Something no pony has ever done before. And I know just the thing. Make a very large beautiful sparkling dress! But, her friends didn't approve.
Rarity groaned in annoyance. Rainbow Dash immediately stopped her tracks. It's just that, there's nothing special going on in Equestria right now. That light was Princess Celestia.
And it looks like she's holding a present. I've heard you've been having a lot of boredom lately. All we do is the same things we always do, which is getting boring really fast. Princess, you shouldn't have. But, what is it? Spike went to it and said, "I'll open it for you all.
When he opens up the lid of the box, he picked up a very large book with an unfamiliar title. You gave us a book?! It's called The Book of Disney. True, you can read it, but you go inside the book and the characters will be right in front of you. This used to be mine, but now I'm giving to you so you can discover new things and learn from the characters. That way, you won't get bored at all. Don't worry about the people, girls. My sister and I will handle that. What stories are we going to read?
You're going to encounter princesses, heroes, villains, wizards, kingdoms, and a lot of magic spells. We'll start our adventures as soon as possible. You're getting a little anxious on this. The book won't open till I raise the sun in the morning.
Muffy the Vampire Layer, anyone? Probably just incidental, since Mulrooney sounds like it's filling in for Clooney. Done throughout the Scary Movie series. Seltzer and Friedberg have a habit of taking this trope and running it into the ground.
Nigel Tufnel is actually a very subtle one of these, being formed on the same template as Eric Clapton: Minas Tirith becomes "Minas Troney," and the equivalent of Mordor is the post-industrial wasteland of "Fordor," ruled by "Sorhed" Sauron. Adam Roberts has done several other parody books under variations of his name. The Soddit and The Sellamillion as A.
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Naturally, all of these are filled with Parody Names. The Legendary Ram in Buggerya parody of you know whatmade extensive use of these. As can probably be inferred from the title. Star Wreck the s book series, not the Finnish film series had James T. Also their new replacements on the Endocrine-D: And in the later books they were all joined by the crew of Station Geek Space Nine: It's not as rare as you think; this is the same guy who gave us Cohen the Barbarian.
Ghengiz Cohen, in fact. Most Discworld parody names are Genius Bonuses ; Salzella, the music director in Maskerade is a play on Antonio Salieri, whose surname means "seller of salt". Less esoteric is that "gimlet" is also the name of a cocktail. The original pun deserves explanation.
A brief Running Gag was for a character to describe some supernatural or otherwise creepy person as having "Eyes To which another character would respond " You mean the Dwarf what runs the-" "I mean he has bloody creepy eyes that's what! Eventually Gimlet and his delicatessen appeared in a later book. Another subtle one, Fliemoe, the parody of Flashman in Pyramidshas a name that doesn't parody Flashman but his henchman Speedicut, who happens to share his name with a make of lawnmower.
During the Star Trek section of "Samurai Cat Goes to the Movies" a mashup-parody anthology, in which the crew is attacked by Xenomorphs, a parody Predator, and a "Terminationer" that's been dogging the main characters for a few chaptersfor example, Sulu becomes Sununu, and Chekov becomes Tolstoy.
Not quite as clever as how the Terminationer was sent back from an alternate future in which the main character had never existed.
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Some names are obviously made up for the book, while others namely, Carol Handsomestein aren't as obvious to figure out, to most. Plus Monsterpiece Theater, with Alistair Cookie! Since the program only had the rights to Spider-Man himself, in an episode of Spidey Super Stories, Spidey watches himself fight the Green Globlin in a movie.
The sketch is having less and less to do with MacGyver as it goes along, however. Oringally, it made fun of MacGyveringbut later the joke turned to the title character being a slovenly Jerk Ass with a host of personal problems.
Since the show is an example of Rapid-Fire Comedythis isn't too painful. An episode of Life with Derek focused on the controversy surrounding the game Babe Raider. However, the most punny name came when they mentioned that Ben Sandwich has a brother named "Bread Sandwich", a reference to Ben Savage's brother Fred Savage.
The Revolution Will Be Televised does this with most of its characters, such as having the far right, politically incorrect journalist be named "Dale Mailey", a pretty blatant Take That! Magazines A favourite gag of Punch. Music Any opera by P. Bach is likely to have several Parody Names based on characters from Mozart's operas. Characters included Captain Jerk, Mr. Manure-a, and a Negative Space Wedgie. Into the elevator, Mr.